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Error Handling in Go

Error Handling in Go

Error handling in Go is pretty straightforward. There are no exceptions, there are no try-catch blocks, there is only ERROR.

Error is a type like any other primitive built into the language, like an int or a string. This makes error handling, while a tad verbose, very straightforward and easy to understand.

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